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03 September, 2013  

This Is For You.

I hope this finds you well.
I am officially settled in with my college and roommate. All is well on that front.
I haven't been very active on this blog, so there is a definitely a lot of ground to cover. I feel humbled and blessed to be in this position as a college student. While this is not my first semester, I still approach it with the same importance. I have been definitely opening myself up to meet other people, than I previously have before. I realized that it is important to have a healthy balance. I can't stick myself in a room and consider myself normal. Also! I finally got around to finishing Eat, Pray, Love. Well... I will be honest, I didn't finish it. For some reason, I just couldn't get myself to complete it. I was truly enjoying the first part of the book, then when it got to the second and third part, I had little enjoyment in it. Why begrudgingly go through reading a book? Anyways, my University has a suggested book read: The Signal and The Noise by Nate Silver. If you know me at all, I definitely will not turn down a free book. It is a book about statistics they say. I went out a bit to explore earlier last month.


Kiyoko Japanese Restaurant

Important update: I purchased a digital camera to take short flicks out and about!! yay! no more blackberry struggles! Ever since someone stole my photography camera, I felt such resentment towards purchasing a new camera. But I decided what a better time to make memories than now :-) Thus, you will see much more updates from me!



Avocado Roll @ Kiyoko

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With Love,
Sade

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12 September, 2010  

Vegfest '10


Headed out to DC for the weekend with a good friend and basked in a Vegan Haven aka VegFest. 'Twas really funn. :)
Def got my head out of pointless thoughts, and got some things together.
- I never knew there were so many good tasting options of meat-less products for vegetarians. I usually just stick to my vegetables and tofu, but I had some really good sausage samples and other meatlike things, that had absolutely no meat and there were delicioussssss.





I think there should be a falafel cafe in my area. these were too good to pass up and I had to indulge.
&there should also be an ethiopian cafe.



I'll be sure to attend next year.

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